Thursday, October 20, 2011

On motor intentionality & best grip in voodles



click for video: Quicktime / .m4v for iPhone/iPad / direct streaming for PC

"..My (kino-eye)body has a grip on the world when my perception offers me a spectacle as varied and as clearly articulated as possible, and when my motor intentions, as they unfold, receive from the world the responses they anticipate. This Voodling-distinctness in perception and action defines a perceptual ground, a basis of my life, a general milieu for the coexistence of my body and the world." […] "Ordinary experience draws a perfectly clear distinction between sense experience and judgment. It sees judgment as the taking of a stand, as an effort to know something valid for me at every moment of my life, and for other minds, actual or possible; voodling experience, on the contrary, is taking appearance at its face value...This distinction disappears in voodling, because judgment is everywhere pure sensation is not, which is to say everywhere"

Sam Renseiw, having concocted a new docu-voodle from recorded footage during a sunny week-end, paraphrases (again) and realises that a “phenomenal field” in voodling is neither a representation nor a locus of representations. View the dimension of our bodily embeddedness in a perceptually coherent environment in the voodle by clicking here or on the links above. (patafilm # 836, 04'51'', 87MB, Quicktime/mov - other versions at Bliptv)

Today's Bonus Lumiere Video feature a straight forward choreography (Lum # 327 "goalie" . 01'00''. 17MB, Quicktime/mov)

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